Kamui Kobayashi is eyeing another Marussia scalp as he gets a full weekend driving for Caterham at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Having been replaced by Andre Lotterer for the Belgian Grand Prix in August, Kobayashi also had to sit out FP1 at Monza following a late recall, with Roberto Merhi driving his car in the first practice session. However, Caterham has reverted to its usual driver line-up for the race in Singapore and Kobayashi is hopeful he'll be able to replicate his performance from Italy where he beat Jules Bianchi.

"I always like the Singapore Grand Prix because it's a night race and its festive atmosphere is definitely one of the highlights of the season," Kobayashi said. "It's a very technical track, with lots of changes of direction, and it's a challenging race for everyone.

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"After finishing ahead of our closest rivals in Italy, I look forward to another good fight out on track in Singapore - it will be good to see what we are capable of with the updated car at the Marina Bay Street Circuit - at street circuits anything can happen and we need to make sure we do our best."